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had 3:08 a.m., thursday, january 26. off, erin o'hern joins us. >> here's what we're following 0 for happening today. president donald trump will spend the day in philadelphia. >> we have details on theng aty transportation center. >> repairs massivee moncounty neighborhood. r: we have showe inking like ra.
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lancaster and chester couy.l morning. couple of spnkles and as we take a wider view t the additionalai may popthroh d beyond the rush. as we look at temperatures, cool this morning,ut bad for this time of the year. 44 in philadelphia. 41 in wilmington, 43 in trenton. 35 in allentown. that's a colder spot we're in pper 30s in lancaster. bad. althoughck up lat toda be 7 through thon sec e sun coming oks lik wll getigh
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around and the rest of the way. 53 degrees sun a cuds, 49 5:00 p.m. blustery tonight. we'll have the he cool the traff wich the president'sit vi and the congressional caucus. expect closer from market and is street and the lowes buses that would run along 11th and 13th street e closed because of t detours there. it starts looking outsideiv westbound at the construction blocking the left lane.
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right, be careful as you're traveling. happening today, president trump will join congressional leaders in philadelphia for their annual retreat his visit e held last night. there were p gatheriis morning. annie mccormick is live at the lowes hotel where theis expectes morning. >> reporter: the president is expected to address the retreaty before, restrictions began. hundreds of lgbtq gathered. >> we're facing negative stuff having a makes me happy. >> reporter: a heavy police presence began yesterday, leadee
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holding an annual retreat host f issues. the grid surotel will btown 6:00 a.m. and secret willimst be and 13th stree stop will be >> you'll see significant price presence out there. 're seeing security around here doing a sweep with y walkinby us. 8:00 a.m., roads wille closedar, prime minister of expected to be here, as well.ck6 ction news." back t we'll keep you up to dats on the free 6abc app. it was the first one on one interview with president donald trump and no topics were off
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limits with the exclusive sit down with david muir. he about his plans fimmigrationn brought to the u.s. by their parents to beried aboutrtation. >> they are here illegally, do have a big heart, we'll have a strong bolderrer, we'll h a -- border, you have veat -- great people who are here they have done a good job, they should be far less worried.>> n promises to repeal the affordable care act. >> it's a disaster, it's horrible healthcare, it's a disaster. i said to the republican folks, they ar terrific folks, we want
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to get good coverage at much less cost. we obama care they will put it on us. if you sit back and let it explode it will be much easier. that's the things to do, but the righthing to doet maids hadealthcare presently will lose coverager end up with less coverage saturday of own healthcare plan. a 19-year-old is in critical condition after being shot at pointblank range around dozens of people. the victim was shot in the face and neck and paralyzed from the waste down. the gunman threw the weapon into the sewer and caught him nearby. they added the gun matched ballistic evidence at the scene.
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crews continue to work on a sinkhole that nearly swallowed a home and left a pick up truck hanging over the edge in montgomery. residents were left without heat or water for more than 12 hours before the crews fixed the 6-inch water main. a 96-year-old woman is recovering in the hmorning fromo pitbulls. this happened on the 5800 block of brush road in germantown section yesterday afternoon. the first responders say the woman was in bad shape when they arrived unresponsive with bites to her arms and face. >> she was in shock, her face, the side of her face is unrecognizable. >> authorities say they captured the two dogs believed to be responsible for the attacks. two dogs are back home this
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morning. last week we turn you about ruth king's pets being snatched from her property. neighbors said a man in a green van drove off with the golden retriever and the german shepherd. several people came forward to identify the man. officers found one of the king's dogs in philadelphia and the other in coatsville. he is facing a number of charges including hefty. detectives gave "action news" surveillance video connection to an unsolved murder in the frankford section. they believe this man is the trigger man of a 35-year-old man back on january 12th. the video you're seeing was taken around the time of the shooting. if you recognize this man call police, the city is offering a 20,000-dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. new jersey could be getting
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an new area code. federal communications said the numbers in the 609 code will run out in the fall. the state board of public utilities may request a new area code from the jersey shore to trenton. the board will take public comment through february 27. if a new area code is approved, residents will keep their current 609 phone number. montgomery has the new commissioner, the first african-american to serve in the post in the country. lawrence previously served as president at temple university. >> a scary situation 14 stories above the ground, two window washers had to be rescued.
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david. >> reporter: lots of clouds around, can't rule out showers on some buts. bus stops, winds not all that bad. spotty showers around 7:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. we'll be back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cooler weather on the way as we head toward the weekend.
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>> this week's nor'easter took a bite out of new jersey's beaches. the storm started sunday night and ended tuesday, caused erosion along the coastline. some of the worst erosion happened in spots where it could least afford it.
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>> no storms out like that out in the horizon for now, right? >> reporter: no, the big changes is the cooler air as we head toward thend. storm tracker 6 live double scan mainly dry, but the overhead view shows sprkl showers north and west of philadelphia. some in the northern suburbs light and spotty. that will fill in and build over the next couple of hours as we take a look outside, currently in atlantic city, it looks the camera not shaking much this morning. everywhere we look across the region, because the wd slackened off at least temporarily today. 44 degrees, the winds are out of the west, they are running calm you'll not have to deal with much wind as you step outside. future tracker 6 pickerring up a chance of a -- picking up a shower buildings in. 7:00 a.m., a chance of this around, but doesn't last all
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that long. by noon we'll see a decent amount of sunshine. overall clouds and sun, 44 degrees, 8:00 a.m., a shower possible in through this portion of the day. 10:00, 48. likely drying, sun coming back, noon 354, 3:00 p.m., 51, we drop to 46 degrees by 6:00 a.m. today's high, 55 we'll hit that fairly early in the afternoon, maybe as soon as 1 high temperatures across the region in the early afternoon. 52 in allentown. 53 in reading, 55 in philadelphia and wilmington, 54 in millville and on down toward the shore. wind gusts will pick up today. right now we're be -- we're looking at gusts in the 10 to 20 miles per hour range and into in the 0s the farther south we go. we maintain a breezy pattern. tomorrow's high, 45 degrees. winds probably giving you windchills in the 30s.
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it gets cooler as we start the weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, is 55 degrees, weill get some some sun eventually. the wind will pick up this afternoon. to chilly, 45. the windchills making it feel like the 30s. saturday, brisk and colder, 39, flurry..nday night there couldw otherwise, partly sunny and cold on monday, 36, looks like we say in the upper 30s on tuesday and remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest information at dark/weather. today's high, 55 early in the afternoon. the winds come in we'll feel the numbers dip a bit. tomorrow will be cooler. a pittsburgh woman is accused of taking millions from her employer for years that she
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work there national international a monument and engraving firm. mills stole $9.5 million. federal agents all the stuff including homes and even a yacht. >> my client will cooperate with authorities. >> reporter: charges include tax evacation and money laundering. fire claimed the lives of two children in west virginia. the father was able to escape, but he suffere tried to get back into the house to save the 3 and 5-year-old trapped inside. there isd on what caused the fire. two stranded window washers needed to be rescued from a highrise in texas.
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the scaffolding failed and left the two workers dangling 14 floofs above the ground. both were taken to an area hospital for evaluation. parents who bought their children hatchables are lining up to file lal high schoolers spent the day playing with barbie all in the name of science, we'll explain when "action news" continues.
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>> good morning, everybody, we're looking live on sky6 live hd near city hall you want top expect a lot of congestion today, it is the republican congressional caucus. we have protests expected around the lowes hotel. heavy traffic around city hall. stick to arch street and race street. quiet out there for now. we have a couple of woing their way through the morning commute. damp. lookinon the blueou approaching conshohocken. that's the northbound traffic he the suy expressway. moving nicely so far. nort coventry township, chester county we have an accident pottstown pike at harp farm
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road. watch for crews on the scene. traffic is reduced to one lane. we have police on the scene trying to help out with the new accident at chester county. outside live on vine at broad street. no overnight construction, traffic looking good on the vine. they are blocking a lane westbound on the turnpike between fort washington and valley forge, one lane blocked there. i-95 southbound looking pretty good here at cottman. no delays, we've been watching earlier delays on i-95southbounf the dare river turnpike bridge. other people have taken i-95 and heading to the other>> ar linine the makers of hatles. the california mom claims her daughter's hatchable never came 's manufactured
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products that would never worked as advertised to keep up with the demand. the company said they provided troubleshooting report and where required made available replacement products. now for the first look at business, the dow jones industrial average set a new record high closing above 20,000. when the closing bell rang it gained 155 points and closed at 20,068. 116th auto show opens this weekend, mayor kenny got behind the wheel of the custom jeep wrangler for the kickoff. re sports cars and classic cars and more. the show opens saturday and runs through february 5. tune in saturday night for the
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preview of the auto show at 7:00 p.m. only right here on 6abc. >> 4:53. a teenager in wisconsin found se fun using technology turning the boring shore into a fun one. and later this morning she graced television audiences wite is being remembered this morning. >> a high-speed chase in los
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angeles ended with an overturned truck and was caught on camera. officers began pursuing the driver following a traffic crash. at one point the passenger got out and ran. you can see there, while the driver sped off. the driver later rammed into a truck flipping it oe before making a run for it. >> officers caught up with him a short time later and placed him under arrest. students bensalem high school combined physics, algebra and and barbie, using rubber bands to parachute. this is the hover plow. it is the brainchild of tanner,
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he used it to take shoveling to the next leveling. >> this is like an inch or two of light snow that's the time it works the best. >> hover plow was posted back in december, it has gotten 320,000 views. a waitress received a note and big tip after debating politics with travelers. thieves smash the doors of a dick's sporting good store and raiding the shelves. what they were going after, later on "action news." where things come from?
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>> good morning everyone, it is 5:00 a.m., thursday, january 26. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us. >> here's what's happening. president trump plans to attend a republican retreat in philadelphia today, police are preparing for more protests. >> police are looking for a person who shot at a minivan with a small child inside. >> looking live on sky6 live hd, we have showers developing, but sunshine is on the way. >> reporter: we have showers developing coming in from the west. in the immediate region we have this, as well. let's see if i have radar up, yeah i do, most of this is light, and you will see darker shades of green. over the next couple of hours


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